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" I did not engage that young fellow. His people had some interest with my owners. I was in a way forced to take him on. He looked very smart, very gentlemanly, and all that. But do you know -- I never liked him, somehow. I am a plain man. You see, he wasn't... "
TWIXT LAND AND SEA - Page 122
by JOSEPH CONRAD - 1912
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The Works of Joseph Conrad, Volume 12

Joseph Conrad - 1921 - 324 pages
...But do you know — I never liked him, somehow. I am a plain man. You see, he wasn't exactly the sort for the chief mate of a ship like the Sephora." I had become so connected in thoughts and impressions with the secret sharer of my cabin that I felt as if...
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'Twixt land and sea, tales

Joseph Conrad, Ford Madox Ford - 1923 - 262 pages
...But do you know — I never liked him, somehow. I am a plain man. You see, he wasn't exactly the sort for the chief mate of a ship like the Sephora." I had become so connected in thoughts and impressions with the secret sharer of my cabin that I felt as if...
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'Twixt land and sea

Joseph Conrad - 1921 - 266 pages
...But do you know — I never liked him, somehow. I am a plain man. You see, he wasn't exactly the sort for the chief mate of a ship like the Sephora." I had become so connected in thoughts and impressions with the secret sharer of my cabin that I felt as if...
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The Works of Joseph Conrad: 'Twixt land and sea tales

Joseph Conrad - 1923 - 260 pages
...But do you know — I never liked him, somehow. I am a plain man. You see, he wasn't exactly the sort for the. chief mate of a ship like the Sephora." I had become so connected in thoughts and impressions with the secret sharer of my cabin that I felt as if...
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Complete Works, Volume 19

Joseph Conrad - 1925 - 256 pages
...But do you know — I never liked him, somehow. I am a plain man. You see, he wasn't exactly the sort for the chief mate of a ship like the Sephora." I had become so connected in thoughts and impressions with the secret sharer of my cabin that I felt as if...
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A Book of Modern Short Stories

Dorothy Brewster - Fiction - 1928 - 536 pages
...But do you know — I never liked him, somehow. I am a plain man. You see, he wasn't exactly the sort for the chief mate of a ship like the Sephora." I had become so connected in thoughts and impressions with the secret sharer of my cabin that I felt as if...
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Selected Short Stories

Joseph Conrad - Fiction - 1997 - 276 pages
...But do you know - I never liked him, somehow. I am a plain man. You see, he wasn't exacdy the sort for the chief mate of a ship like the Sephora. ' I had become so connected in thoughts and impressions with the secret sharer of my cabin that I felt as if...
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Others

Joseph Hillis Miller - Literary Criticism - 2001 - 300 pages
...identity with Leggatt makes him feel guilty too when the captain of the Sephora comes seeking Leggatt: "I felt as if I, personally, were being given to understand...like the Sephora. I had no doubt of it in my mind" (144); "I believe that he [the captain of the Sephora] was not a little disconcerted by the reverse...
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Rereading Conrad

Daniel R. Schwarz - Literary Criticism - 2001 - 212 pages
...in thoughts and impressions with the secret sharer of my cabin that I felt as if I, personally, were given to understand that I, too, was not the sort...like the Sephora. I had no doubt of it in my mind" (43). Conrad hardly expected his readers to believe the captain's assertion that he reminded Archbold...
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Typhoon and Other Tales

Joseph Conrad - Fiction - 2002 - 310 pages
...But do you know—I never liked him, somehow. I am a plain man. You see, he wasn't exactly the sort for the chief mate of a ship like the Sephora." I had become so connected in thoughts and impressions with the secret sharer of my cabin that I felt as if...
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